Interim Inspector-General of Murray-Darling Basin Water Resources, Mick Keelty, releases report
In December 2019, the Interim Inspector-General of Murray-Darling Basin Water Resources, Mick Keelty, was asked by the Federal Government to conduct an inquiry into the impact of changing inflows to the southern Murray-Darling Basin and its effect on the water-sharing arrangements set out in the MDB Agreement. Findings from the Inquiry have recently been released in the report, including less water, dry years more frequent and a dramatic drop in water inflows into the basin over the past 25 years.
You can read our summary of Keelty’s report at www.waterfind.com.au/waterfind-summary-of-keelty-inquiry-report-mdb/
or download the full report ‘Impact of lower inflows on state shares under the Murray–Darling Basin Agreement’